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Well, after my first and mostly successful wooden gokart, I decided to build a sturdier and better one. I used the same wheels, engine, axles, and seat from ...
Put two 3 1/2" x 1 1/2" x 75" beams 3 1/2" apart.
Place a 22" long beam underneath. Do not attach. Next, place a 3 1/2"x3 1/2" in between the long beams. Place a 1/2" thick beam and attach it ...
Attach two 15" long beams
Attach a 10 1/2" long beam to tilt the seat bottom. Install the seat bottom.
Attach the seat back and install a brace. Place the engine on the mount.
Attach a beam underneath the engine, and install blocks underneath that on either side. Drill holes through either side for the axle. Insert axle and and attach sprocket ...
Do the same for the front. Add blocks, axle, and wheels.
Add a steering lever and throttle. The throttle lever is connected directly to the engine's throttle.
Hopefully, I have given you a complete tutorial on how to build your own gokart. Some things on the Sketchup version may be slightly different from the real ...
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